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The Turn On
The Turn On
The Turn On is a podcast for Black people who want to get off. To open their minds. To learn. To be part of a community. To show that we love and have sex too, and it doesn’t have to be political or scandalous or dirty. Unless we want it to be. Join us each week as we read a sexy piece of Black erotica, chop it up with the mind behind the literature, give y’all way too much information about our sex lives, and share some tips and tricks you might want to incorporate the next time you get it in. Your hosts are Erica and Kenrya, curious, hilarious, direct, Black best friends who love to have...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 55 ratings
MY ABSOLUTE FAVORITE!!!
My best friend suggested that I listen to The Turn On and BAYBAY…so glad that I did. The ladies are hilarious and transparent. The selections are always so amazing. If you haven’t listened to them yet PLEASE do. You will not be disappointed.
Journey's mom via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/16/21
Thank you for a wonderful podcast. I have spent way too many hours listening to previous episodes. Love the energy and dynamic you create with your lively discussions. Looking forward to continued listening.
Kwm537 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/08/20
Where have you been
So proud of the crew, how did I miss a whole season?
Bootup_hu via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/01/20
Recent Episodes
Published 01/19/22
This week, Erica and Kenrya talk to author, artist and educator Benji Hart about the malleability of gender; the need for expansive, affirmative language around gender identity; art as healing and sustaining practice; collaboration as a pathway to Black liberation; the origins of voguing as a...
Published 01/19/22
In this episode of The Turn On, Erica and Kenrya read "Masquerade" by Anne Shade and talk the queerness of the Harlem Renaissance, the twin menaces of classism and colorism, the importance of community care, the beauty of hearing from ​queer elders, and talking to kids about racism and...
Published 01/12/22
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